Low color, space environmentally durable polymeric films with sufficient electrical conductivity to mitigate electrostatic charge build-up have been under investigation as part of a materials development activity. In the work described herein, single-walled carbon nanotubes (SWNT) solutions were dispersed in solutions of a novel ionomer in N,N-dimethylacetamide resulting in homogenous suspensions or quasi-solutions. The ionomer was used to aid in the dispersal of SWNTs in to a soluble, low color space environmentally durable polyimide. The use of the ionomer as a dispersant enabled the nanotubes to be dispersed at loading levels up to 3 weight % in a polyimide solution without visual agglomeration. The films were further characterized for their electrical and mechanical properties.